Located just 15 miles north of Boston, we're one of the largest state universities in Massachusetts, and an important partner in the economic, cultural and intellectual vitality of the greater Boston region.
Salem State offers 32 undergraduate degree programs in the liberal arts, human services and business, along with graduate programs that provide degrees in 24 fields and a continuing education division that offers both credit and non-credit programs.
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Salem State is committed to our liberal arts heritage, academic freedom, equity and access, affordability, inclusivity, social justice, student-centeredness, and a sense of community that gives it a small-college feel in a university setting.
The Oral History Project Includes 10 Years of Interviews with Veterans of the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
2016 showed a 65 percent voting rate among Salem State students, well above the 50.4 percent average
Free Exercise Class for All Employees Sponsored by Wellness U
Salem State One of Two Universities in Massachusetts to Receive Award
Tuesday, September 26
Charlottesville Incidents and Racial Justice Through an Intersectional Disability Lens